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#417: Past, Present and Future?, Part Two

November 23, 2009

Notes from the Manager

Related Strips: #376: Hiding in Plain Sight; #377: History Lesson; #416: Past, Present and Future?, Part One

Although this is the second of two about/at the Patio Theatre, the "Past, Present and Future?" arc isn't quite done yet. Devi and Jason head back to the Multiplex on Thursday. See you then!

If you're curious, I have a set of photos of the Patio Theatre up on my Flickr account. This one is (more or less) the photo Devi was taking in panel 4 of this strip — although this one is my favorite.


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